COVID-19 has accelerated the move from delivering tests and exams at training centers/test centers to delivering them at home as part of distance learning or certification. Taking a test at home is much more convenient than having to travel, but how do you ensure the test-taker doesn’t cheat? The usual answer is to have a remote proctor (invigilator) observe the test-taker over video. But how do you do this respecting test-taker privacy concerns and in compliance with US and European privacy laws including the GDPR?
In this webinar, we will explore the latest guidance and current legal situation to help you use online/remote proctoring respecting privacy rights and laws. You will learn:
- The importance of test security
- The different privacy concerns test-takers have with video and why protecting their privacy matters
- Key recommendations on processing personal data when using video in testing from the Association of Test Publisher’s (ATP) recently published privacy guidelines
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About the Presenter:
John Kleeman MA MBCS C.Eng CIPP/E is Executive Director and Founder of Questionmark, the assessment software company and has worked in assessment software for over 30 years. He is also a director of the Association of Test Publishers, a member of their International Privacy Subcommittee and speaks and writes regularly on assessment and privacy issues.